Are all rules broken when it comes to playing a game? Washed ashore a South Carolina beach, Lois Steinberg learns her shelter, an old plantation house, was scheduled to host a 'Catch Me' game convention. When the cook is the first one found murdered, the game environment instantly morphs into a terrifying evening reminiscent of 'And Then There Were None'.
I am blessed to be able to work with many different types of authors. The literary world is filled with writers who give back to the community in various ways. A good friend of mine, Miss Mae is also giving back to an organization that is close to her heart. Miss Mae has dedicated her book Catch Me If You Can: Edition 2 to Angie Micik, the director of the Murray County Humane Society. Miss Mae is also contributing 50% of her book sales for Catch Me if You Can: Edition 2 to the Murray County Humane Society. This special is good for ONE WEEK ONLY! Now, here is where YOU can help. Please follow these steps so we can ensure that all proceeds go to where they are intended.
- Go to http://smile.amazon.com
- Select Murray County Humane Society as your charity
- Search for Catch Me if You Can: Edition 2 by Miss Mae
- Order the book and then comment either on this blog post or on Miss Mae's Facebook Author page that you purchased the book. This way, they can keep track of how much goes to the Murray County Humane Society.
Here is a list of Miss Mae's other works, just click on the title.
Miss Mae is an award winning, best selling author. "Said the Spider to the Fly" has consistently rated outstanding reviews and has won the esteemed title of Best Book of the Week for The Long and the Short of It Reviews and from The Romance Studio. It can be purchased both in digital format and in print. "When the Bough Breaks", a young adult coming-of-age story won the 2009 P&E Readers' Poll in the YA category.
Her first book, "See No Evil, My Pretty Lady" had previously only been available as a digital book. Now it can be purchased in print from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and CreateSpace.
The highly acclaimed "It's Elementary, My Dear Winifred" won a 2009 Top Ten Read at MyShelf.com. Out of print for a couple of years, this fast-paced, action filled 'who-dun-it' is now back with a brand new cover! It's in print at Amazon and in digital format at a various online estores.
Miss Mae also enjoys writing humor and non-fiction articles. Some of her publications can be found in the Front Porch Magazine, Good Old Days, and WritersWeekly.
Her alter ego, M.M., penned a light-hearted, tongue-in-cheek fantasy tale titled "Ahoy Gum Drop!" where her bumbling, fumbling reporter, I.B. Nosey, is introduced to the world wide web of cyberspace. Check him out at Feeling Nosey? http://feelingnosey.blogspot.com
You can follow Miss Mae through social media at the places listed below:
Miss Mae's Facebook page
Miss Mae's Twitter Page
Miss Mae's Website
So how about it people? Let's support Miss Mae and The Murray County Humane Society. I've already ordered my copy, now hurry and order yours. :)